Niromathe ? method is the conclusion of 25 years of practice, observation, research and experimentation.
When the osteopathic lesion happens (which is a mechanical blocking responsible for osteoarticular and visceral congestion), an underlying lymphatic congestion at the key points also happens.
Unloosing these points allows the lift off of the spams creating the osteopathic lesion
The best way to unloose the skin is to use a vibratory, superficial, and polarised method directly on the skin: the Niromathé Method
With this method, both hands work simultaneously. It is fast, pain free and easy to perform.
Technical aspects of the NIROMATHE ? method:
The role of the “effector” hand :? It consists of making a vibration essentially on the skin next to the location of the key points defined by our cartography.
Three types of manual action: a precise move, brief, with a precise intensity and direction allows us to lift off the underlying osteopathic lesion responsible for the blocking.
The role of the “receptor” hand :? It allows us to treat pain caused by immobility, often called neuritis or neuralgia and also pain that is worse with activity, often called tendinitis.
The advantages of the Niromathe ? method
The Niromathe ? method is the most well developed osteopathic method I know.
It is easy to perform
It does not require strength; therefore, it is well suited for women.
It is gentle and painless
It is safe and non-invasive
It is fast
It addresses all osteopathic lesions, without exception
It is suitable for everybody, from infants to seniors
The effects are immediate:
patients leave with at least 75% of improvement
30% of the time, they immediately feel completely well (if there is no associated inflammation)
30% of the time, it will take 3 days to heal
30% of the time, it will take 8 days to heal (the necessary time for the inflammation to disappear)
The inflammation is the consequence of the blocking.
If the blockage persists a second, or even a third session will be necessary (especially in chronic cases).
There is still a 20% failure rate?, where more than three sessions will be needed. Most of the time, these people may have had multiple surgeries or may be taking a lot of medication, and therefore will be less responsive to the treatment.